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  1. Bud, Not Buddy By Christopher Paul Curtis Lesson Prepared by Linda Price

  2. OBJECTIVES • 2.01 Respond to Bud, Not Buddy by summarizing, analyzing, and drawing conclusions. • 6.01 Determine the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary words using dictionaries.

  3. Class Starter • How hard do you think it would be to start a new life with a new family and new friends? Give reasons supporting you position. • On a separate sheet of paper, use a dictionary to look up: • alias - • commence - • devastators - • festering - • ingratitude -

  4. Class Starter • alias – otherwise called, otherwise known as; an assumed name • commence – to bring or come into activity, being or operation • devastators - events that reduce to ruin • festering – to form pus; to grow or cause to grow increasingly more irritating • ingratitude – forgetfulness of or poor return for kindness

  5. Accountability • Test Magic test – Do not write on the test. • After you finish the test, complete the Foldablesfrom last week on Chapter 1-4. • Remember to include a minimum of 5 sentences for each chapter. Each sentence is worth 4 points. (80 points) • Illustrate and color the front of each matchbook. (20 points)

  6. Bud, Not Buddy booklets • Front Cover • Title, Author, Illustration • Name, Class Period • Class Starters • Vocabulary • Comprehension • Literature Circles • Quizzes/Tests • Back Cover

  7. Comprehension • Copy and answer the following questions from Chapters 5-8. • Who helps Bud get food at the shelter and how do they help him? • How does Bud like being with Lefty at his daughter’s house? • How is he treated there? • How does Bud introduce himself to the man he thinks is his dad?

  8. Chapters 9-12Listening Questions • How does Bud prepare for his trip to meet his Dad? • How does Bud’s meeting with Lfety change Bud’s plan in his travels to meet his Dad? • How does Bud handle meeting his Dad for the first time?

  9. Chapters 9-12Listening Questions • How does Bud prepare for his trip to meet his Dad? • How does Bud’s meeting with Lfety change Bud’s plan in his travels to meet his Dad? • How does Bud handle meeting his Dad for the first time?

  10. Homework Bring 25 sheets of notebook paper to class for booklets. Study the definitions of the 5 vocabulary words. Each day you will get 5 new words. Vocabulary Test – Friday Finish Foldables on Ch. 1-4 summaries.

  11. Closure • Snowball: Write a question about chapter 10. Ball it up and throw it in can.

  12. Class Starter • Define the following: • brute – • copasetic – • embouchure – • glum – • wiry –

  13. Class Starter • brute – of, relating to, or typical of lower animals as distinguished from humans; irrationally cruel • copasetic – very satisfactory • embouchure – the position and use of the lips, tongue and teeth in producing a musical tone on a wind instrument • glum – sullen, dreary, gloomy • wiry – resembling wire in form and flexibility;

  14. Class Starter • Define the following: • gait – • prodigy - • slogging – • loathsome – • premium –

  15. Class Starter • gait – manner of moving on foot • prodigy - something extraordinary or unexplainable; a highly talented child • slogging – to hit hard; to plod heavily; to work hard and steadily • loathsome – very unwilling or reluctant • premium – a reward or recompence for a particular act; of exceptional value, quality or price

  16. Class Starter Define the following: • assurance – • devoured – • resourceful – • lavatory - • shunned -

  17. Class Starter • assurance – the state of being sure or certain; freedom from self-doubt or uncertainty • devoured – ate greedily or hungrily • resourceful – able to meet and deal with difficulty situations • lavatory – a vessel for washing; a fixed bowl or basin with running water and drainpipe; a room with conveniences for washing and usually with one or more toilets • shunned – avoided deliberately and especially habitually

  18. Literature Circles • http://printables.scholastic.com/printables/detail/?id=29692&No=0&Ntt=bud%2c+not+buddy&query=bud,%20not%20buddy&Ntk=Printables_SI&N=0&Nty=0&_N=fff

  19. Vocabulary - Thursday • meddling – showing interest in what is not one’s concern • plagues – disastrous evils; an epidemic disease causing a high rate of mortality • radiating – sending out rays of, as in light; sending out from a center • paltry – cheap, shoddy, trivial • sully - tarnished

  20. Vocabulary - Friday musings – meditations puny – slight or inferior in power, size, or importance; weak scamp – rascal; an impish or playful young person; to perform in a hasty, neglectful, or imperfect manner shantytown – a village or section of a village consisting mostly of roughly built homes swarthy – of a dark color, complexion or cast

  21. Vocabulary - Monday • ornery – having a touchy or self-willed disposition • companionship – fellowship • compromise – a settlement of a dispute by mutual concessions • slacking – not being properly diligent, careful, or prompt; negligent; being slow or lacking energy; not tight • slew – put to death violently; a large number

  22. Vocabulary - Tuesday • gory – covered with blood • flimsy – lacking strength • sympathy – inclination to think or feel alike • retrieve – to recover, restore, repair, or make good • terminally – of or relating to an end